Does anyone know how can I connect my EM 500 with a Nokia 7650 ? It seem that doesnt work. Is there any patch or any kinda of software for that ? HUH ?
Ahh..by the way..I dont have a bluetooth on my Casio.
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1) Back up your device since we will be removing both batteries from your PocketPC.
2)Remove all 5 screws (4 in the back and one underneath the rubbery grip sticker on the side). NOTE: Be very careful with the sticker on the side. I just pried it up with my finger nail to get it started, but the adhesive part split off from the rubbery grip. I then had to pry up the adhesive part from the side of my EM-500. I got them back together in the end, so no harm done - just something to look out for.
I believe they are in unit's ROM, which is non-reprogrammable. Hence, you won't be able to delete anything from there. On the positive side, they don't occupy your main memory, so there's really no harm in letting them dwell in your PDA. :)
First of all ensure that the port selected on the EM-500 for PC connection is the same as your actusl connection - i.e. USB or serial.
There were some problems with the EM-500 cradle which would not allow communication to be established between the PDA & the PC/Laptop.
Contact Casio for rectification. It is done free of charge.
In most cases they are interchangeable except for the security feature which you don't need for storage on your EM-500.
SD cards are faster in read write department as also they cost more due to security featurtes built in.
In Casio cameras Casio recommends SD cards but I have been using MMC cards very successfully.
Did you put your mp3 files in the my documents folder on the mmc? because if you place it anywhere else other than my documents the won't play (thanks microsoft). Also, the mp3 files might need conversion in order to actually play. It happend to me also, the files on the mmc would play on my siemens sl45 phone but on the em-500 not, until i use the sl45 connected to my computer to transfer files to the mmc than play with em-500.
It might be possible to repair the tear. You'd need to bond a plastic backing to the back of the ribbon to support it. Clean off the front layer to expose the torn conductor ends then paint a thin strip of conductive epoxy or car heater matrix repair along each of the flat wires. Finish off by covering (when set) with scotch tape.
Everything needs to be completely squeaky clean (use alcohol) before you start.
There have been issues with the cradle PCB on the EM-500. Casio has redesigned the same added an IC & a few additional componentes.
I had similar problems & simply could not connect through the USB port. Worked flawlessly with the accessory serial cable (direct connection - no cradle ). This also was on an XP system.
See if you can wangle out a free replacement/fix for yout cradle from Casio.
It sounds like you are using two different types of USB connections, one for the iPAQ and the other for the Casio. What operating system is running on the laptop? How many USB ports are there? You might have to reboot when you want to change from one USB connector to the other.
If you have two USB ports, always connecting a USB connect to the same port (iPAQ #1, Casio #2) might help the OS keep track of what is connected to it.
You will need 2 things.
Software to load on your E-125. The included Cd with your Nokia should have it.
You will need a special cable to connect Nokia to E-125. I don't know where you will find it easily.
There is a firm in Finland which makes all kinds of cables to connect different models of Cassiopeias to different models of mobile phones - essentially Siemens, Nokia & Ericsson. They run about US$ 50/=
Last time I saw their listing it was 4 pages long. You might have to do some searching on the net or contact Casio for information.
Hope this helps.